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Can Netflix Give 'Mad Men' Another Boost?

Netflix has helped AMC's "Mad Men" draw viewers, and the streaming services faces its final test with the upcoming seventh-season premiere of the advertising drama.

Will the WWE Network Get Body Slammed?

Next month, WWE launches the WWE Network, a streaming service with live events and archived matches. It's a bold move, but often, the WWE's boldest moves haven't paid off.

Save on Streaming Subscriptions

If you're looking for an alternative to cable, think about subscribing to a streaming service. Here we compare Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime and weigh in on which provider offers the most for your money.

Would You Pay $5 a Month for Exclusive YouTube Channels?

Google is tapping some of YouTube's top content producers to create premium channels that would charge viewers between $1 and $5 apiece every month for exclusive content. But is a subscription model a smart move for YouTube?

Netflix: No, We Won't Stream New Releases

Netflix is the undisputed champ when it comes to streaming video. But there's one thing its competitors will do that Netflix won't: stream new releases. Will that be the company's undoing?

Why Dish's Blockbuster Buy Might Not Have Been So Crazy After All

Dish Network was widely ridiculed for snapping up the Blockbuster video rental chain last year, but it may be getting the last laugh now. Dish has a chance to move into the cell phone business, and all those brick-and-mortar Blockbuster stores could give it a big boost.

We're Watching Less Network TV: Guess What We're Doing Instead

Fresh data from ratings tracker Nielsen shows an alarming drop in television viewership. ABC, Fox, CBS and NBC have combined for a 9 percent drop in viewers in the coveted 18-to-49 age bracket since the fall season began. Media executives are worried, and rightfully so.